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of the house security committee michael mike mccaul. lindsey gram and chuck schumer with the difference on between a terrorist and criminal and whether boston changes the immigration debate. and when the unimaginable becomes real. >> why did young men who grew up and studied here as part of our communities and our country resort to such violence? how did they plan and carry out these attacks? and did they receive any help? >> our all-star panel on what we know about the suspects and what it tells us about their mission. i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." federal terrorism charges could be filed as early as today against the second boston marathon bombing suspect. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains hospitalized this morning with injuries including one to his throat. "new york times" is reporting that the department of homeland security decided in recent months to delay action on an application for citizenship from the other suspected bomber, tamerlan tsarnaev. a routine background check revealed he was interviewed by the fbi in 2011 at the request of the russian government, which su
decenas de personas que votan en contra de charles schumer por tener doble moral en el tema migratorio, porque dicen que defiende a los inmigrantes, pero también recibe donaciones de carceles privadas para indocumentados, veamos la reaccion del legislador >> con cantos de schumer de "no deporten a mi mama" o "de que lado estas" se plantaron fuera de la oficina de schumer en manhattan. >> el senador no prioriza las familias, recibe miles de dólares de prision de inmigracion que detienen a la comunidad >> la coalcion de grupos proinmigrantes dicen que deben ver quien es, lo acusan de republicano conservador en traje de democrata, y recibir dinero de dinero de indocumentados. >> recibe más de 100 mil dólares de carceles que toman a los inmigrantes >> tenemos miles de firmas pidiendo que regrese el dinero de las prisiones >> el senador democrata es parte del grupo de senadores bipartidistas que trabajan en una reforma migratoria, dicen que sus propuestas separan familias >> la familia del legislador, dicen que schumer trabaja para un proyecto de ley comprensivo con una vía a la legali
-- the surest office [inaudible] oute would immediately fly and have a banquet in his honor. >> chuck schumer makes the argument that the first amendment is an absolute. he cannot stop fire in a crowded theater. -- shout fire in a crowded theater. >> schumer is confused, which is not uncommon. sitton charles schumer is saying the first amendment site housetops a criminal act. nobody is free to create a criminal act with a gun. we do not have prior restraint on someone going into a theater. nothe same token we should be putting prior restraint on people obtaining firearms. pratt, and we will have to leave it there. thank you. with a ginger gibson and david sherfinski. senateppens when the returns this tuesday on gun legislation? >> harry reid has made clear he wants to move this bill to the floor. we have the threat we heard larry talk about. there is a procedural way where carry a rebate be able to move forward. it requires allowing a number of amendments to the bill. like us all things bands and magazine clips. there would be efforts to undo the bill. .o eliminate or strip it >> what about b
'll talk to two members of the so-called gang of eight, democratic senator from new york, chuck schumer, and republican senator from arizona, jeff flake. >>> and it was a historic week of intense oral arguments at the supreme court as it considered the constitutionality of same-sex marriage. we'll hear from both sides and get insights and analysis on the implications moving forward in a special discussion that includes actor and gay rights supporter rob reiner. >>> good easter morning. pope francis celebrated his first easter mass it at the vatican encouraging those who have strayed from the faith to return. here at home it's divisive issues as washington grapples with guns, gay marriage and immigration. we have two key members of the so-called bipartisan gang of eight, senators working on a compromise immigration proposal. word coming this weekend that an agreement is near. we'll ask senators schumer and flake about that. first, i want to go around quickly with our first of two political roundtables to frame what's at stake in these debates. joining us the former senior adviser to pres
. >>> we're joined, now, by another member of the gang of eight, new york democratic senator, chuck schumer. and alabama republican senator, jeff sessions. senator sessions, you heard senator rubio's pitch to conservatives like you. are you convinced? >> i'm not convinced. i know senator rubio's heart is exactly right. and i expect the work of the gang of eight. but they have produced legislation, it appears. although, now it may be another week before we see it, that will give amnesty now, legalize everyone that's here effectively today. and then, there's a promise of enforcement in the future. even if you pass laws today, that appear to be effective, it doesn't mean they're going to be enforced. and we have in this administration, a failure to enforce. and that's a big deal right now. >> doesn't senator rubio has a point? that those here now effectively have amnesty? no one's prosecuting the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country right now. >> you're exactly right. we have a real problem with that situation. and what we need to do is to analyze how to handle it. how to make sur
filibuster. senator chuck schumer, however, still optimistic there can be compromise when it comes to background checks. >> i'm working very hard with both democrats and republicans, pro nra and antinra people to come up with a background check bill that will be acceptable to 60 senators and be very strong and get the job done. it's very hard. we're working hard and i'm very hopeful that we can get this passed. >> there's word of an impending deal on comprehensive immigration reform. members of the senate gang of eight including chuck schumer said that a deal was practically done or at the least very close. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have aen agreement among the eight of us next week. >> but senator marco rubio was less sure. his office offered a clear headline no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. senator schumer said there will be minor, quote, kerfuffle as the final language is ironed out. the key sticking point, negotiating with the chambe
, who no deal yet. >> deal or no deal? senator schumer says a bipartisan immigration bill is ready to go. but senator rubio says not so fast. where does the legislation stand? we'll have a report. >> i'm angry, i feel very disappointed and i feel like we don't even matter. >> the department of defense refuses to award the soldier who survived the fort hood massacre purple hearts. but why? >> who was the victim? major hasan or the 32 survivors and the 14 deceased? >> we will take a look at this disturbing situation. scott scott caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hello, i'm scott brown in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the joke is on us. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you know, i was the united states senator from massachusetts for about three years. i speak with many of my former staff and colleagues on a regular basis and remain plugged in. so what if i told you that the leaders in both the house and the senate along with the vice president are actually close to solving our country's most ve
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of the leaders of the so-called gang of eight, democratic senator chuck schumer. senator, welcome back to "can meat t meet the press." is a deal at hand for immigration reform? we know about the issue having to do with visas and wages between the business lobby and the labor lobby. is a deal done? >> well, with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. now everyone, we've all agreed, that we're not going to come to a final agreement until we see draft legislative language and we agree on that. we drafted some of it already. the rest will be drafted this week and so i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. senator leahy has agreed to have extensive markup and debate on the bill in april, and then we go to the floor, god willing, in may. i hi we're on track. >> you were quoted as saying the deal is near, the deal is at hand, and all of that coverage got senator rubio, the republican, part of this gang of eight to say, whoa, whoa, whoa, no deal yet. that we're closer. so is there dis
on a deal on immigration. insuring if schumer's declaration that it's all over but the shouting. at the end of the day, right, rubio is trying to insure that the constant narrative that republicans capitulate to whatever the democrats want. he's got to be the guy standing there and holding back the narrative, right? >> one republican is doing it one democrat is doing it you know what chuck schumer is doing? he's pushing the issue so that if the republicans back away he can say, i blame them. and what is marco rubio doing? he's pulling back. because then if it breaks down, he can go -- i'm blaming them. they're doing exactly the same thing, there's no difference. rubio has to do this. if he doesn't he's going to get lit up by the far right on this issue. >> he has to back away a little bit. >> he must back away to a large degree. if he doesn't, schumer is going to railroad all over him like we've never seen that before, right? >> i think it's a more complicated calculus than that. rubio has to be seen as not cutting a back-room deal. he can't look like he's hashing some deal out with democra
of the process. if harry reid and chuck schumer try to ram it through it will not pass. >> chris: what about the danger it ends up getting anybodiled to death. >> that is a danger. that is where marco and schumer and other have to hold the line. i commend the gang of eight for doing what they are trying to do. the key is the enforcement. i like the high skilled worker. i like the fact that there is no federal benefits to anybody until they he actually get in line and ultimately get citizenship. that is huge for a lot of the conservatives and quite frankly many of the democrats. >> chris: marjorie this is an issue you worked on a lot. your sense of this and its political viability? >> there has been no time like the present in that we saw the power of the latino vote coming out of the past election. both parties know the inevitablity and necessity of having the voting poll going into future elections. we had voices we never had before. sean hannity onboard with the policy and mark zuckerberg speaking out on it. the republican national committee. and 80% of the public agreeing about the path t
schumer. >> he is. >> yeah, but that's all you got? you're better looking than chuck schumer? it's like saying aim the best-looking regular on the show. what do you think now, hot shot? >> maybe i'm not thinking. maybe i'm just brooding. >> i'm kind of sad about it. >> well, you should be. andy, let's pick on bill. >> i put this thing back to you, greg, and i'm in a passive aggressive mood, so i'm not saying it. >> back to me, america. coming up, what's love got to do with it? >> what's love got to do with it, to do with it? what's love but a secondhand emotion. dude, you got to move on. i told you it was over. >>> what's so grand about an elastic waistband? the answer is even more beautiful than the question. oh this is lame, investors could lose tens of thousands of dollars on their 401(k) to hidden fees. is that what you're looking for, like a hidden fee in your giant mom bag? maybe i have them... oh that's right i don't because i rolled my account over to e-trade where... woah. okay... they don't have hidden fees... hey fern. the junkrawer? why would they... is that my gerbil? you s
schumer from new york and cain from arizona. the road that rubio plays is the lynch pen. if he walks, the deal dies. and he's well aware of that. part of what he's doing last week when they were trying to say there is a deal, there is a deal. hold on. no, no. not done yet. we need marco rubio in the room because without him he needs to have the conservative tea party. >> and that's the next phase of this that there's a couple of members of the house raul labrador is from what i can tell the real leader from the tea parties. all of them are washingtonning what he's doing. i think they're willing to talk about it much the same way that marco rubio is. there are secret but they are as secret as anything in washington. >> how does this go from talks to legislation? >> a couple of things that that i'm not quite sure. one is what kind of border security benchmarks to do you need in order to allow the rest of the process to go forward? and when are they put in place. this is something that you can negotiate it by degrees. >> certain things happen. >> right. so there's a border security elem
increased by the leadership of my colleagues. umy tor schumer, mansion, to m will work hard to bring us to a constructive turning point in this process. ourkt to than leader, senator harry reid, for his determination and resolve. on the morning parents throughout connecticut and new town in sandy hook brought their children to school. and sandyhook brought their children to school. holiday parties, christmas, and konica trees. songs and poems. those where the memories. the future's they brought with them. just hours later, i was at sandy as 20 families of those children emerged from a firehouse, and i will never forget the cries of pain and grief that i saw on that day. i went there as a public official, because i felt a responsibility to be there. but what i saw was through the eyes of the parent as all america did on that day. i solve the families also of six heroic educators who perished trying to save their children. changeights and sounds america. we are different today than we were before sandyhook. this problem is with us. the same problem has existed for decades, but we are diff
think it would appropriate to refer to the bill as the schumer and mccain bill. these two senators started the process and they have the smallest egos among us. [laughter] they would wear it better than the rest of us. but i hope the third time is the charm. this is the thirled time i've been involved trying to fix this problem. i think 2013 is the year to fix immigration. i really believe it. we're either going to get a bill or have one hell of a fight. why do we have 11 million illegal immigrants? more people could not get here for whatever reason. america is an idea. no one owns it. it is not owned by a race or ethnic group. it is an idea from 200 years and it has grown and gotten better. lonas we keep that idea inem tact and people will want to come here. that is the good new bad news. the good news is we have a right to control who wants to come here. people want to come here if they have to walk through a desert or swim a river with a kid on their back they will come. that is a testament of what we've done as a nation. all we're telling the world, our friends we have to creat
schumer said he thinks we could see a deal as early as next week. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. we have all agreed that we're not going to come to a final agreement until we see draft legislative language and agree on that. we have drafted some of it already. the rest will be drafted this week. >> michael: how tough is a gang if chuck schumer is in it? some republicans said they wouldn't agree to anything until the boarder is absolutely secure. >> people still get threw, but we have a reasonable expectation of catching them. we don't need a saled border we need a secure border. >> michael: where there is a flicker of bipartisan agreement there is a republican ready to douse it with a big budget of cold water. and in this case marco rubio is holding the bucket of water in his case. he urged the senate to slow the whole thing down by just having hearings rather than a vote. and finally to the massive holes in our gun safety laws. texas district attorney john mccain clel land a
, robert mendez new jersey, chuck schumer new york and michael bennett colorado and i think schumer is the head of this group. >> yes, he is. >> go ahead. >> well, senator schumer and mccain met with reporters last week, and basically mccain said if they pass this bill republic the republicans back on the playing field where they can compete. you can't compete in a country where the hispanics are going to be the majority of some states. so there is political incentive on the republicans side. americans for tax reform did a poll among republicans only. two-thirds of republicans support this bill as it's described. you call it amnesty. i don't call it amnesty if you have to pay back taxes, pay some pretty hefty fees and it's 13 years before you can become citizen. but this does legalize people, gets them out of the shadows, and strengthens our defenses, frankly, if you know who is in the country as opposed to just having people in the shadows. and i would say call them undocumented immigrants. illegal aliens i think is a rather offensive determine. >> undocumented democrats. >> they a
it would be appropriate to refer to the bill as a schumer mccain bill. these two senators really started this process. they have the smallest egos among us. [laughter] they would wear it better than the rest of us. i hope the third time is the charm. this is the third time i have been involved and try to fix this problem. ofhink 2013 is a year immigration reform. we have many people involved. we will either have a bill or get into a heck of a fight. why do we have 11 million immigrants? america is an idea. no one owns it. it is not owned by a race or ethnic group or any particular religion. it is an idea where it has grown for 200 years and gotten better. we will always have a problem, but as long as we keep that idea in tact of -- we have a right and responsibility to control for the good of our nation. the fact that we have so many people wanting to come here anyway they can come here, walk through the desert, swam a river with a kid on their back, they will come. that is a testament to what we have done as a nation for 200 years. all we're telling the world and and our neighbors and o
:13 a.m. sunday morning. right before chuck schumer was going to be on with chuck todd on nbc's "meet the press." that was not by accident. i think marco rubio knew that schumer, another member of the gang of eight trying to make the immigration deal was likely to say look, it's all over but the shouting, we have to dot the i's and crossed t's, but we've reached an accord. for marco rubio it's about short-term and longer-term thinking and impact. he wants to be in the room to make a deal. that would help as he goes forward in a general election context. but in a primary, in a presidential primary. he can't look like he got rolled by chuck schumer and the white house, he has to look like he put up a fight. he got everything he can possibly get and they capitulated to him, not the other way around. i think it's probably not totally done. and chuck schumer said something to thaesk. i think a lot of this is about perception, how this looks for marco rubio in the room and what it looks like when it comes out, if there is a deal. >> this involves the chamber of commerce and the labor moveme
officer: the senator from new york. mr. schumer: i ask unanimous consent the quorum be dispensed with. ask unanimous consent the mandatory quorum under rule 22 be waived with respect to the cloture motion on the motion to proceed to calendar number 41, s. 743, and that the vote on the motion to invoke cloture on the motion to proceed occur at 5:30 p.m. monday, april 22. the presiding officer: without objection. so ordered. mr. schumer: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the senate proceed to a period of morning busine with senators permitt to speak for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. schumer: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent that the senate proceed to executive session to consider t following nominations -- calendar numbers 52, 54, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 and last but certainly not least in this chain of nominations, 88. and all nominations placed on the secretary's desk in the air force, army, foreign service, marine corps and navy, that the nominations be confirmed en bloc, the
the flow of guest workers in into the country and leaders who worked out the details with senator schumer friday night. if approved their deal would cover low-skilled year-round temporary workers. it would allow that group 20,000 to 75,000 annual visas in the first four years and up to 200,000 annual visas depending on the unemployment rate after that. once in the u.s. guest workers can change jobs and pursue a path to citizenship, and guest workers would be allowed to fill no more than 15,000 high skilled construction jobs. and as for wages, they would pay for the wages earned by an already established work with similar experience and skills, which ever one is higher. if you're wondering what the rest of the immigration bill might look like, senator schumer offered this. >> people will be legalized not citizens but they will be allowed to work, come out of the shadows, travel. then we'll make sure that the border is secure and we have specific metrics that are in the bill. i am not going to get into what they are to make sure that happens. and then after that happens there is a path to c
, and chuck schumer's comments over the weekend also say that. lou: schumer talking as if the deal were done, steve, and this business suddenly pushing back against the idea there's a definition for border security. the department of homeland security has been charged with defining precisely that for the past more now than two years. what's going on? >> right, rye. it's not the first time chuck has been premature in declaring a deal was done before a deal was done. he's got a long history of doing that. look, it's not clear yet that president obama wants to kill this, i think it's equally likely that he wants it pulled further left. if you're the president looking at this from the white house's perspective, you think i'm going to continue to pull this thing to the left, continue to make demands, harder on republicans, but give the something closer to what i want, and more interestingly, and i think more pressingly, closer to what the democratic interest groups want, he wins either way, wins if it's done because he blames republicans and runs on it in 2014 and wins if he gets this new compreh
the nra. chuck schumer was nowhere to be seen as the press conference. toomey thought having him there would hurt their cause. schumer and others had been working with manchin for weeks, but coburn wouldn't agree with a paper trail of gun sales. once he was gone the group added toomey instead and the new coalition was able to come up with a moderate plan that pleased everyone. and that seems to be enough for the 14 republican senator who just yesterday had been sheiking about filibustering any gun bill that came to the floor. ted cruz actually cancelled a press conference this morning on the filibuster that he had scheduleded. but he didn't let reporters know. so when they showed up there was an empty podium with a handwritten note. cruz's spokesperson says he still plans to filibuster but that doesn't matter. the families of newtown were on capitol hill today meeting with the senators. >> i'm a parent . . . and a grandparent . . . >> let's all share. [ laughter ] >> i can't imagine. if i could do something. i can do something. >> michael: it's just so incredi
and arizona have a message for critics of comprehensive immigration reform. charles schumer and john mccain say, any bill that does not have up at the citizenship will go nowhere. at a judiciary hearing today, our first steps protested the rush to pass the gang of eight immigration proposal. joining us now, senator jeff sessions, a member of the judiciary on services in carmen the public works and budget committee. good to have you with this. first, your reaction to the schumer mccain declaration and challenge. >> this is the way they have done this whole process. they reached an agreement in secret in have agreed to stick together on all of the major principles in that bill. and so it is unsurprising that they are telling the world there not going to consider any other way to deal with people compassionately. other than giving them a full path the citizenship. now, my view has been for quite a number of years that after 1986 anyone that enters the country illegally should never be given to every benefit that we give to people who come legally, and i think that there is no moral or legal ca
baltimore sun" on that. and charles schumer, number two democrat in the senate, met with harry three -- met with harry reid. than whereet, closer we have ever been. vice president joe biden tries to shame republican senators on gun control filibuster. the headline in "the washington times" story. it says -- that is "the washington times" on that. capitol hill, supporters of gun control legislation, from newtown families -- families from newtown, connecticut, where lobbying, in and out of senate offices. they personalize the fight against gun violence. the newtown delegation flew to washington monday night with obama on air force one after he gave a speech in hartford urging support for his proposal. on tuesday, obama called senators from both parties to push for the gun bill, according to white house officials. ayanna, augusta, georgia. democratic caller. what do you think? caller: i say if they want the guns, let them have them but make them responsible. if i was to go out in my car and hit somebody, i would be charged with vehicular the messiah. if they take these gardens and -- take ever
by senators pat toomey and joe manchin. senator chuck schumer agreed not to appear when the two rolled o out the deal, because toomey didn't want to stand next to them, for political reasons. senator mark kirk, also co-sponsor of the compromise also agreed not to appear. at the news conference, toomey and manchin said all parties, including the nra, had been in the room. >> i've got to tell you, candidly, i don't consider criminal background checks to be gun control. >> we've taken all sides into consideration. have the nra sitting there, all people on all sides of the gun issue. >> have the nra sitting there, which then confirms exactly what we've been hearing about what happened two nights ago. while it was clear from the outset the nra would not support the bill, the question was, would they oppose it? well, now we've got an answer. being at the table did not stop the nra from releasing this letter it sent to senators after dinner last night. "the nra is unequivocally opposed to s. 649. in addition, the nra will oppose any amendments offered to. 649 that restrict fundamental second amendm
ammunition clips and those measures are not expected to pass. senator chuck schumer is meeting with president barack obama and the president issued a statement supporting the bill and urging action. this would make a path for illegal citizens to become legal and they will focus on boarder security. >>> two lawsuits challenge the state law. now the controversial therapy has been designed to make this straight and has been out loud. they blocked the ban on conversion therapy in december until they can hear full arguments on the issue. >>> a pedestrian was killed while trying to walk across near the san pedro exist. the man was hit by two vehicles, one after another. the driver of the first car immediately pulled over and the second driver immediately left the scene. >> it is a nice looking drive coming to the pay gates. if you are driving on the peninsular highway 101 and 280, that traffic does look good. let's go to steve. >> more spring snowstorms, and in calistoga 39 and look at lakeport, a breeze in the 50s and most locations are seeing 35 and at the napa airport 32. san francisco 57 and th
the fact that we ha four mem omee who worked with others in forming bipartisan consensusd k senator schumer and senator durbin, senator graham and senator plate for that. and of course, senator feinstein, who is probably more about immigration than -- thought me more about immigration than i ever would have learned otherwise. and the bill includes what some are calling triggers, i'm concerned they could long delay green cards for those that want to make full and contributing participants in our society. i do not want people to move out of the shadows, but then be struck in -- stuck in some underclass, just as we should not fault dreamers for bringing children, should not make states and futures dependent on border conditions on which they have no control and i'm disappointed we're not treating families all equally i abhor the discrimination that gay and lesbian families face, i'm concerned about the visa changes for siblings, the lack of priority for how the points base visa system works in practice. these are all things we can discuss. i can't help but question whether spending millions mo
's what's interesting -- both lindsey graham and senator schumer who were on the show are members of that gang of eight that came up with this bipartisan reform for the immigration system. we've now heard opponents of the immigration system saying this is another reason why we need to take a look at what's going on here. you get the feel the slow walk is beginning. boert senator graham and senator schumer make the case this is the time for emigration reform. 40% i believe is the figure of the folks who are in the united states without documentation have overstayed their visas and they say that within their legislation is a mechanism and a system through which that will no longer be the case, that when people are in this country, you will know who they are. now let's remember that one of these young men -- the yucker brother was a u.s. citizen, the other was a permanent resident. i don't know how far that kind of system would reach out. but nonetheless, they think that now is the precise time to have immigration reform, not a time to slow it down. >> candy crowley, thanks so much,
calling announcement of a deal premature. but senator chuck schumer says this deal is not in jeopardy. >> i talked to marco yesterday, we had great conversations and he is protecting some of the things that he thinks are very important in the bill but i don't think that will stand in the way in any way of any final agreement. >> is there a disagreement between the two of you how close we are to a deal? >> it is semantics, business and labor have an agreement and on the future flow that has been the issue that has undone immigration reform in the past. >> i want to bring in "washington post" columnist, dana milbank and msnbc contributor and slate reporter, dave weigle. good morning. >> good morning. >> just a couple of headlines, why marco rubio needs to slow walk immigration a word of caution from rubio on immigration. dana, what's his strategy here? >> his strategy is to get this deal done without antagonizing rush limbaugh and the others in the conservative base who are crucial if he is going to run for president in 2016, he is going to remain a major force in con
concessions by all involved. ims and -- mentioned senator schumer but also senator , rubio,n and mccain bennett's. they all work on this. now we're bringing to the hearings. we will find the time for secretary napolitano to come in and discuss that. i hope these will give public -- the public an opportunity to learn about it. -- every one of us will have plenty of time to analyze the bill before we actually market up in may. immigration has been ongoing sense of our economic strength. by parentsught here seeking a better life. ourhe bidding for technology companies, creating businesses of their own. our nation continues to benefit from commitment as it did when my parents came here. we need to uphold the fundamental values of family, hard work, and fairness. foreign agricultural workers support from him -- support from our growers -- vermont growers. the dysfunction of the system affects all of us. now is our time to fix it. our opportunity to do it. .e have to act we talked about it but eventually we have to go. millions of americans are depending on us. chairman, site, mr. we understa
when we are negotiating a bill. as of friday night, senator schumer got on the phone with the heads of both the afl-cio and the chamber, and it sounds like to reach an agreement on the cap, how many temporary workers would be like in every year, and how the wage rates would be calculated, which is a huge step forward. in our previous negotiations, we never had afl-cio on board. this is incredibly significant. however, marco rubio five minutes go out release saying that they have not reached a deal, that he is encouraged by where they are, but a deal is not set in stone he also thinks that no matter what the proposal that comes out of the gang of eight is, he really feels it needs to go through a full process in the senate judiciary committee and it needs to have extended process on the senate floor. i think this is incredibly encouraging, but a lot of headlines indicate we are now down and moving forward. i think that is a little bit of a step too far. there are a number of things that still need to be fleshed out, including the actual legislative text. we're waiting to see that sti
schumer.obama anuncia el mapa del cerebro.la prensa sube al futuro mirador de nueva york. que tal, les habla ilia calderon.activistas y dreamers protestaron ante las oficinas del senador chuck schumer en nueva york y le pidieron que devuelva donaciones de carceles privadas donde mantienen a cientos de inmigrantes.el presidente obama anuncio hoy un proyecto de investigaciones para hacer el mapa del cerebro humano, con el objetivo de curar enfermedades como la epilepsia, el autismo y el alzheimer.y los periodistas pudieron ver hoy nueva york desde el sitio donde estara el mirador del nuevo centro mundial de comercio, que abrira en el 2015.mas en despierta america ¿piensas que cargar 10 ó 20 libras de peso extra no es mucho? fuimos a un parque y repartimos bolsas de arena de 10 y 20 libras a la gente. -ahora ya entiendo por qué la gente pesada no puede caminar mucho. porque la rodilla, lo siente uno. así como van los años, es muy fácil subir de peso. no quiero este peso para mí. a nadie le gustó cargar el peso extra, pero la gente lo hace todo el tiempo. ¿no te gustaría librarte
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legislation. also senators john mccain and chuck schumer join the conversation and the latest details on the breaking story out of texas where a factory explosion devastating has killed as many as 15 people. several firefighters still missing. more than 160 people injured and they are still looking for more victims. homes have been completely flattened in this blast. let's go straight to bill karins with an update on the weather which is impacting the situation even more there. >> it's going to be tough to get any media in this tiny texas town. i'll show you a map of this west texas town in the fertilizer plant specifically. i was just amazed. it's a tiny town. this is the fertilizer plant on the east side of town and literally has three tanks. this is where the main explosion was. very close to this this is a middle school right across the street. this building here is west haven rest home. west haven nursing home and a little community hospital. we are hearing most of the devastation up to the homes in this vicinity. a map that shows you this little tiny town and the destruction tha
clashed with chuck schumer. >> vice a particular the those pointing to the terrible tragedy in boston as an excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it. >> i never said that. >> could never said you did. >> marco rubio said boston should have a bearing on the debate "if there are flaws in the immigration system that were exposed by the attack in boston, any immigration reform passed by congress this year should address those laws. meanwhile a letter sent today and kentucky republican rand paul wrote comic we should not proceed until we understand the specific failures of our immigration system. an interview with fox john boner said he did not see a need to delay the reform effort. >> it may actually help us to understand who is here and why they are here and what legal status they have. >> but said crews suggested the surest way to pass something is to narrow the focus. >> there is bipartisan agreement we have got to get serious about securing the border. likewise wide bipartisan agreement that we need to improve legal immigration. >> he is trying to carve out the path to citizenship y
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